Carolyn Anger spoke on a recent Canadian Legal Innovation Forum webinar with colleagues Maura Grossman and Jessica Lockett and moderated by Andrew Boyer. The webinar explores the key drivers broadening the scope of e-discovery processes, how e-discovery practitioners collaborate and innovate in new ways to achieve results, and how the application of technology is underpinning these advances.
Organizations face increasing complexity when it comes to managing legal and business processes. One process is e-discovery. The scope for e-discovery has expanded beyond its traditional focus on litigation. Examples of its expansion include responding to regulatory requests, government investigations, audits, and supporting due diligence on transactions.
For practitioners responding to this complexity, enhancing e-discovery processes has been critical. Defining, mapping and applying advanced e-discovery processes requires better collaboration, creativity and flexibility. Marrying technology with advanced processes also plays a key role. One example is the increasing number of applications for technology-assisted review (TAR).
If you missed the live webinar you can view a recorded version here.
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